Zrce Beach

Hideout Festival Tickets

Monday 1st - Friday 5th July 2019

Zrce Beach in Isle Of Pag

Minimum age: 18

No tickets available at present for Hideout Festival through Skiddle.


FAQs

Can I park my car at the festival?
Yes, there is a large car park at Zrce Beach, parking is charged per hour. We’d recommend using the Festival Shuttle Wristband and using the shuttle buses provided to get around. You can buy your Festival Shuttle Wristband by logging into your customer account here.

What happens if I lose my wristband whilst at the event?
Wristbands will only be issued once and any broken / lost wristbands will not be replaced. Please look after them!

Are there any cash machines at the festival?

There are cash machines on Zrce Beach, though many of these do charge. You can also use ATM’s across the town and in some festival venues.

Can I go in and out of the festival site each night?
Yes, with your wristband you can go to and from the festival site and in to all venues as much as you like.

When does the festival officially start and finish?
Hideout Festival 2019 starts on Monday 1st July. The last night is Friday 5th July with most parties finishing by 6am on the morning of the 6th of July. There’ll most likely be an after-party at one of venues, which will run till approximately 10am.

Where can I find full set times and the full line-up details?
We keep the website updated with all line up announcements here. Full set times can be found in the programme which can be bought in Croatia, and set times can also be purchased through our Hideout 2019 app, which will be available closer to the festival.

What are the festival opening times?
The festival opens every day for the pool parties, 3pm – 8pm. Each night the main festival programme kicks off at 11pm and closes at 6am.

Where is the festival exactly?
The Croatian island of Pag is home to Hideout Festival. It’s held on Zrce beach, near to the town of Novalja, at a string of open-air venues; Papaya, Aquarius, Kalypso, Euphoria & Noa.

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